ProtectMyPet Clinics to Give Away Vaccinations for Life!
Posted 09 January, 2012 by Columbia, SC-Paws Plus Press Release with
COLUMBIA, SC – (January 09, 2012) –To help promote their low-cost pet vaccination clinics, ProtectMyPet® will be giving away pet vaccination services at each of the pet and tractor supply stores they service in South Carolina. One lucky pet parent at each store will win vaccinations for the life of their pet, a prize that can be worth well over a thousand dollars. In addition, there will be a weekly drawing for free vaccination package gift certificates, valued at up to $89.
Find the nearest participating pet store at ProtectMyPet.com, then stop by to fill out an entry form. No purchase is necessary and you do not need to be present on the day of the drawing to win.
“We’re very excited about this offer,” says Craig Worsham, vice president of marketing at PawsPlus, the parent company of ProtectMyPet clinics. “This is one drawing that every dog and cat owner will want to enter,” adds Worsham. “Protecting your loved ones from deadly pet diseases and parasites can be an expensive necessity. This is a fun way to draw attention to our low-cost, quality veterinary services, and make several pet parents very happy at the same time.”
ProtectMyPet Vaccination Clinics are staffed with local, state-licensed veterinarians and a professional crew, offering money-saving vaccine packages, heartworm tests while you wait and individual vaccinations beginning at just $10. You can view a video of the clinics here.
The vaccination clinics are estimated to save pet owners up to 70 percent off the yearly cost of having their pet vaccinated. Along with having no office-visit fees, they have made it convenient for pet owners to keep their dog and cats healthy and comply with the state laws; clinics are held on weekends with no appointment necessary.
ProtectMyPet offers a customer support phone line 7 days per week at 888-680-PETS. To learn more, including vaccination prices, clinic times and to view a video of how the clinics work, visit ProtectMyPet.com.